Emily Mann: Rebel Artist of the American Theater
Carmel Mc Mahon (Photo courtesy of Mc Mc Mahon)
Carmel McMahon (M.A. ’20, Liberal Studies) will soon have her debut book, In Ordinary Time, a hybrid work of essays, poems, and photographs, published by Duckworth. Read more
Top (L-R): Patrick Smyth, Jojo Karlin, Patrick Sweeny;
Bottom (L-R): Natalie O’Shea, Keith Miyake, GCDI logo
Graduates now working as professors and postdocs and one as a data visualization analyst attribute much of their career success to what they learned as Graduate Center Digital Fellows.
During Hispanic Heritage Month, we are celebrating the scholarship and advocacy of our students, faculty, and alumni. Read more
Baruch Professor Rojo Robles Mejias and Adjunct Assistant Professor Rebecca L. Salois, both Graduate Center alumni, in the recording studio. (Photo courtesy of Latinx Visions)
Alumni Rojo Robles Mejias and Rebecca L. Salois, now both at Baruch, launched a podcast to explore the many forms of Latinx arts and culture. Read more
Andrew Kircher and Alison Walls
The Ph.D. Program in Theatre and Performance offers a diversity of research training that meets the needs of the next generation of scholars. Read more
Kevin McGruder and the cover of his book, "Philip Payton: The Father of Black Harlem"
Alumnus Kevin McGruder has published a second book on Harlem, this one focusing on trailblazer Philip Payton. Read more
Syelle Graves, the assistant director of the Institute for Language Education in Transcultural Context at the Graduate Center, spoke to The New York Times about using the word "so" at the start of a sentence (the linguistic trend on which she wrote her dissertation). Read more
Ph.D. candidate Mason Youngblood (Credit: Emily Cote)
A chapter of Mason Youngblood's dissertation on mapping the evolution of electronic music subgenres has been published in "Evolution and Human Behavior." Read more
Viveka Erlandsson (Photo Courtesy of Erlandsson)
The prestigious prize recognizes Erlandsson, a faculty member at the University of Bristol, for her achievements in geometry and topology and for promoting women mathematicians.